10w30 premium oil.
Put the new motor mount bushing into the appropriate place. Put the motor mount retaining bolt in. Let the engine down from the jack. Tighten the motor mount bolt.
the block and heads should be the same, but the manifolds will be diferent.
(Licenced Technician)--Not likely. 1996 vehicles are built to OBD-II emissions standards, and have very specific sensor requirements and locations, as well as completely different computer systems. Besides that, in 1988, the engine displacements were either 2.0L L4 or 2.8L V6, and in 1996 were 2200CC L4 or 3100CC V6. There are too many differences; I can't see any way that either of those engines would fit and be driveable afterwards. Hope this helps.
Ummm...in the engine?
in the engine
Because its a Chevy corsica not a ford corsica!!!!!
ok you look on the front of the block....take the thermostat cover off..then take the old one out and put the new one in and put the cover back on.....
No. It is not a direct fit.
Put in a bigger engine.
Legally, in North America, you can only use an engine for a vehicle that is as old or older than the engine. For example, you could put the 1996 engine into a 1994 Caravan (if possible) but not into a 1998 Caravan. The block, heads, and manifolds are the same from 1996 to 2000.
Take it out and put a new one in.
Yes it is possible
In the transmission.
any engine from the lada riva range of cars will do,1978-1989
No, it's a completely different engine/transmission setup.
You didn't put what engine size you have. Typically, hook up the tester. Turn on the key but don't start the car. Should read upper 40s to lower 50s. Now start the car. Should drop about 10 psi.
you can put a 5.0L and everything will be fine!! =]
Yes, you can put a manual transmission in a 1993 Lincoln Town Car. The purpose of the engine is to provide motion to the transmission.
yes as long as it is the same size engine
possibly a vacuum leak
could be motor mounts, does the engine "rock" when you put it in gear? Have someone put it in gear while you look under the hood.